Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer ROrn
Olivia is your average girl, excepting the fact that she
walked in on her father fooling around with one of his
students. She is now at Yale University for the summer
for the arts. Now, she hates men and is writing a musical
called Castration Celebration. At Yale, she meets Max.
Max loves women and everything about them. He tries to
make Olivia like him, but it turns out to be just one
snide comment after another from her. As Olivia's musical
progresses, will reality and her work have the same
ending, or will they be on opposite ends of the spectrum?
This book was overflowing with hilarious witticisms and
sexual innuendo! The lewd, yet serious tone of the novel
makes this such a great read and it had me laughing the
whole time. The songs written for the musical have
similes and metaphors that leave you wanting more. Max
and Olivia have interesting conversations filled with
biting sarcasm and hilarious satire. This book discusses
everything from eunuchs in Imperial China to screwing a
Has a lot of talk about sex and mature ideas.
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